3. The Dative Case: answers the questions RJVE? To whom? And XTVE? To What? When you are walking towards someone or something you use the preposition (K) and then put the person or the object to which you are walking to in the dative case. The masculine endings will be ( E or > ), feminine ( T ) and neuter (E or > ).
4. The Accusative Case: answers the questions RJUJ? Whom? And XNJ? What? The prepositions D and YF are used with this case when whey they are answering the question Relf? (Where to, but in terms of where you are going because you are not there yet). The masculine endings will have an a if they are animate ( if they are alive) and like the nominative case if they are inanimate (not alive).
* Noun in its original form BDFY.
Noun in the accusative case Animate: BDFYF
* Noun in its original form CNJK
Name in the accusative case Inanimate: CNJK